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There was a saying – Marriages are made in heaven. Are they? Are they really? After reading this book with the fantastic cover and reading the plot emerging from a dark mind like Anna Lou Weatherley, you wouldn’t think so… Nah… No ways..
2 women Beth and Cath, both in a lousy marriage, met on a train, and found similar things in their lives and things happened. And don’t even think the movie you were thinking… 😂 😂
My second book by this author, I was so happy that the book went in the same direction as my brain had imagined. The moment Beth and Cath met each other, I knew the plot. Because I would have gone the same way. What can I say? I have a very dark brain.
The writing was strongly evocative, I could feel the rage in my blood rising at the lousy husbands. The story revolved spirally going deeper into the center, and just when I reached it, I discovered there was another subplot by the way of DI Dan who was investigating a murder.
Fast paced suspense with a writing style that gripped me, this was easily the fastest book read. A fun evening with tea and biscuits. And my kindle.
I received a free ARC from NetGalley and publisher, and this is my journey into its pages, straight from the heart!! STRICTLY HONEST AND UNBIASED.
All my reviews can be read here
Beth and Cath are leaving their husbands.
This is a story about two very different women.
One is wealthy and having an affair with a man who gives her the kind of love that her cold, detached husband does not.
One is living hand to mouth, suffering at the hands of a violent partner who would rather see her dead than leave him.
You may think you know these women already and how their lives will unfold.
Beth will live happily ever after with her little girl and her soulmate.
Cath will go back to her abusive husband.
And these two women will never cross paths.
But you will be wrong.
On the 3.15pm train from London to Bristol, Beth and Cath are about to meet and discover they share one shocking thing in common.
Publication Date: January 2020